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    Hey guys new to the site and I found it while trying to look up where the crankshaft position sensor I located on a 2000,323i. I am having very little luck with finding out where it is. Any help would be appreciated
     
     

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    RealOEM.com * BMW E46 323i Engine Block Mounting Parts

    Part 8, at the back of the engine.
     
     

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    Alright thanks. I am goin give it a shot now. Any tips or advice?
     
     

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    Not really, apart from don't buy a cheap sensor.
    It should be held in by a single allen bolt, and it's likely to be fairly stiff in its hole too
     
     

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    Is there an o ring that goes with it. Cause I can't tell by the picture and I would guess there should be
     
     

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    I think it'll be on the sensor itself.
     
     

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